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Halloween Premises Liability

With the approach of fall, both children and adults are starting to count down the days until Halloween arrives. As parents, we are concerned for our own child’s safety on Halloween night. In fact, the National Safety Council reports that children are twice as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween night. However,

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School Bus Seat Belts Now Mandatory in NJ

Recently, Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation that mandated all new school buses have both shoulder and lap seat belts. This bill was signed in wake of several school bus crashes and the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) recommendation on the topic. Other states may soon be passing new laws as school bus cameras are also

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Understanding No-Fault Insurance

No-fault insurance is one of the most misunderstood legal terms. Many first-time drivers imagine that it means you are covered, even if you drive recklessly. This is not the case. No-fault auto insurance does not give you license to crash your car and cause harm to others. It simply means your claims for you and

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Autumn Driving Safety

For many people, autumn is a favorite time of year, and New Jersey has plenty of beautiful fall scenery and activities to explore. Although we may not associate this season with challenging weather conditions, autumn does bring specific seasonal changes that can create dangerous road conditions for drivers. Some examples include: Increased Rainfall Cooler Mornings

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What to Do After A Truck Accident

Even if you are a careful driver, you may still fall victim to a truck accident. Both parties involved may experience a multitude of emotions from shock, dizziness, fear, and anger. Taking your attention away from the trauma of what just occurred, and what to do next can be difficult. The following steps will ensure

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Low-Level Access Products Prevent Work Injuries

Technology changes the way we work and live. That often means time-honored products are replaced with newer, more effective versions. On worksites, ladders and scaffolding are old technology, and low-level access products are increasingly taking their place, greatly reducing workplace injuries. Low-Level Access Lifts Low-level access lifts allow employees to use both hands when working,

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Aerial Lift Safety

Cherry pickers, bucket trucks, vertical towers, and aerial ladders all fall under the category of aerial lifts. The most common uses for aerial lifts are in telephone, transmission and cable line work. Aerial lifts give workers easier line access and allow them to carry tools for maintenance, installation, replacement, and repair work. Workers use the

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Autumn Slip and Fall Hazards

Slip and fall accidents are common, especially in the autumn season. Accidents related to slip and falls are more prone to occur in the autumn months due to seasonal hazards. Those seasonal hazards include fallen leaves, wet surfaces, and sometimes snow and ice. While beautiful in the autumn season, leaves can be particularly hazardous for

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